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Phil 102 week 2 notes

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Intro to Ethics
Emily Crookston
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philosophy, ethics, 102, Humanities
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emily Little on Sunday January 24, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Phil 102 at Coastal Carolina University taught by Emily Crookston in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see Intro to Ethics in PHIL-Philosophy at Coastal Carolina University.

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Date Created: 01/24/16
01/19/2016 What makes an ethical theory a good one?  Action guiding  Realistic  Increases happiness Metaphysics-study of nature of reality including human nature  What exists?  What is the universe like?  Do humans have free will? *ambiguous question 1. Do humans have freedom of thought? 2. Do humans ever act freely? 3. Are humans ever morally responsible? How you were raised affects your thoughts Determinism- state of the universe at any point in time is completely fixed by state of universe at a prior time, in combination with laws of nature. Pre-destination- from moment of your birth, your fate is decided What makes one free?  Choice  No force/coercion(external)  No force/coercion(internal) What makes someone morally responsible?  Choice  Knowing  Intentionality Epistomology- study of knowledge  Begins with intuition Intuition- immediate or self-evident knowledge How do we move from intuition to moral standards?  Look for inconsistencies Emotivism-moral judgements simply an expression of emotion “ew murder” “boo heroin”


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